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He personally fought for that right and has the right to feel that way. And you may call it racist but I call it memories. Memories that will never fade.
He personally fought for that right and has the right to feel that way. And you may call it racist but I call it memories.
Listen, let's not get into religion, because no matter what religion anyone is we all tend to backslide or do immoral things that are against the religion we believe in.
He is a former crack dealer
Originally posted by stinkhorn
reply to post by Andrew E. Wiggin
Asian bashing, where do you get that?
I am not bashing blacks, just the obamasia. Come to Chicago, come to the southside, lets see if you live more than 10mins walking around.
I never said he hates America.. What I said was he shows very little respect for a country he supposedly loves.
Originally posted by obamafan14
Lloyd your absolutely right, Obama hates America.
He's spending millions of dollars of other peoples money daily (not his), and he can't wait to get his hand in the treasury's till to fill his personal coffers just like all the other crooks in Washington.
Thats why Obama is spending millions of dollars and enduring daily criticism, working 20 hours a day and putting his family through a tough experience. he could be writing books and stayed a senator and be a millionaire instead he's running for president because he loves his country.
I probably know more about it than you'll ever know, but I'm not going to argue the point with you.
If your idea of patriotism is defined by a flag lapel pin, or if you can spit out the pledge of allegiance, or a hand gesturewell then you have NO CLUE what patriotism is.
Originally posted by lostcoyote
why would wearing a flag pin and reciting the pledge of allegiance nessessarily be equated with being a patriotic US citizen?
maybe people who do not stand up and recite the pledge of allegiance simply feel that there is no need... Or maybe they disagree with a few lines such as "One nation under god" (which is BS imo)... or maybe they don't want to act like a sock-puppet.
whatever the case, these things are trivial and it's amazing to watch people turn molehills into mountains.
I don't feel like I need a shower, but I certainly need a handful of Ibuprofen! Some of these Obama threads give me a serious migraine!
Originally posted by Hal9000
Sheesh. Why do I feel like I need to take a shower after reading the last few pages?
Now that's funny! I haven't had such a good laugh all day.
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
reply to post by LLoyd45
Yah, i can't blame you, llyod
i'd have a hard time wrapping my head around so much factual information that went against my entire political belief system too
[edit on 7/2/2008 by Andrew E. Wiggin]